The wide receiver position is deep this year in fantasy football, so it’s unlikely you streamed this position early in the season. But plenty of teams’ wide receiver rooms have been plagued with injuries through seven games. If you’ve been hit with this bad luck, read on for three fantasy football Week 9 WR streamers that are worth consideration.
Despite most having late-round ADPs or emerging on the waiver wire because of injuries or production, these wide receivers have a good chance to carve out more significant roles moving forward. Keep in mind, SIX teams are on bye (CLE, DAL, DEN, NYG, PIT, SF).
Players must be owned in less than 55 percent of ESPN leagues to be included in the fantasy football Week 9 WR streamers column. All ownerships for players will be provided and will reflect that of Wednesday morning, once waivers are processed.
Fantasy Football Streamers for Week 9
Fantasy Football Week 9 WR Streamers
Romeo Doubs Fantasy Outlook at DET (51.8%)
Despite the noticeable offensive woes for the Green Bay Packers, Romeo Doubs has emerged as a reliable option for Aaron Rodgers, but especially fantasy managers. Doubs had a small breakout game against the Buffalo Bills in Week 8, making huge catches that surely increased his confidence going forward. The Packers have a chance to make a statement against the Detroit Lions, who are allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to opposing wide receivers.
I’d grab Doubs as a fantasy football Week 9 WR streamers options and consider making him a full-time starter for WR-needy teams.
Devin Duvernay Fantasy Outlook at NO (38.5%)
Devin Duvernay emerged early in the season but fell off a bit over the last few weeks as the Baltimore Ravens passing game has struggled. Duvernay has a chance to post another worthy fantasy performance with Rashod Bateman added to the injury report for a few weeks again. The Ravens don’t have many pass-catchers at this point, so Lamar Jackson could be forced to find Duvernay more often than not, especially if Mark Andrews misses time.
He’s rostered in almost 40 percent of leagues, so there’s a good chance you can scoop him for the week because of all of the bye weeks.
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Mecole Hardman Fantasy Outlook vs. TEN (31.0%)
With Kadarius Toney now on the Kansas City Chiefs, Mecole Hardman’s usage and production are going to take a hit. However, considering Toney hasn’t played much this season and has to learn the playbook, this may be the last time Hardman is viable as a fantasy football Week 9 WR streamer. The Chiefs face the Tennessee Titans, who allow the sixth-most FPPG to opposing wide receivers. Enjoy the potential last double-digit fantasy performance for Hardman.